Step Back in Time and Experience Maui History at the Baldwin House
In the heart of bustling Lahaina sits the historic Baldwin House, the oldest home in Maui. Built in 1834, this colonial residence was where medical missionary Reverend Dwight Baldwin and his wife provided everything from medical and veterinary services to sewing and school lessons. The home became an epicenter for travelers, captains and even Hawaiian royalty. Now a museum offering guided and candlelit tours, this home contains fragments of the firepit and kitchen foundation, offering a glimpse into the family's everyday life. Traipse through the property's impressive gardens full of local and exotic flora such as banana and fig trees.
Adults: $7, seniors, military and locals: $5; children 12 years and under enter for free.
Daily, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM (open on Fridays until 8:30 PM)
Yes, daily tours of the Baldwin Home Museum are available. The museum is open daily from 10:00AM until 4:00PM. The museum stays open until 8:30PM on Fridays to offer evening tours. Walk-in and schedule a tour or you make an advanced reservation by calling the Lahaina Restoration Foundation at 808-661-3262.
Are there night tours of the Baldwin House?
Yes, every Friday the Baldwin House Museum stays open until 8:30 PM to provide candlelit tours to the public. Tours occur every half hour and run from 6:00 PM until 8:00 PM. View this beautiful colonial residence and gardens under the moonlight while enjoying complimentary refreshments on the lanai.